I would rephrase the final line to say, "Let's see how many people can figure out a way to volunteer their time in helping others."
Time and time again, I have found several of my ancestors giving back to their community and church. Several of my relatives helped start their church in their given community whether it was in Upstate New York or in Napa, California. They gave money, time, and energy. Even if you're not religious, you must recognize that churches are "community-centric" and give many people a place to belong, get help, and help others.
Even on this given day, I find that I could be doing more to give of myself and still seek the one thing....that one volunteer job where I can make an impact. So far, my days take me to volunteering for the Girl Scouts, at my children's school, and in creation of the school yearbook (which includes mentoring students who create the pages). As I write this down, I realize just how rewarding these "give backs" are. Mind you, I give little money but give a whole lot of time. My reward is all of the smiling faces that I see, most of which are children.